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New Texas bills would ban TSA Body Scanners, reject searches without probable cause.

Texas Legislation Proposes Felony Charges for TSA Agents – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

felony charges for TSA agents if they perform certain searches.... I love this, send all the fascists to jail along with the lawmakers who authorized the actions

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Federal law supersedes State law. Always has, always will. The only way the Texas law stands is if they get the Supreme Court to rule the Federal regulations unconstitutional. Not likely to happen.
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Old 03-03-2011, 04:01 PM
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not to mention the fact that no plane will ever be allowed to fly out of an airport that doesn't follow TSA protocol.

I'm thinking the federal air traffic controllers still have a say in that.

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Federal law supersedes State law. Always has, always will. The only way the Texas law stands is if they get the Supreme Court to rule the Federal regulations unconstitutional. Not likely to happen.
Nice try, but that is not true, and is irrelevant anyway. There is no federal law that says anyone has to submit to the whims of the TSA.
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not to mention the fact that no plane will ever be allowed to fly out of an airport that doesn't follow TSA protocol.

I'm thinking the federal air traffic controllers still have a say in that.

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I am thinking you are wrong.
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When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know, the end result is tyranny and oppression, no matter how holy the motives. Mighty little force is needed to control a man whose mind has been hoodwinked; contrariwise, no amount of force can control a free man, a man whose mind is free. No, not the rack, not fission bombs, not anything -- you can't conquer a free man; the most you can do is kill him.
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When Texas becomes its own country, it won't have to worry about following TSA rules anyways.
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felony charges for TSA agents if they perform certain searches.... I love this, send all the fascists to jail along with the lawmakers who authorized the actions

Ok let it pass, but the first time a Terrorist gets a bomb onto a plane and kills People. The people who backed this Bill must be charged with accessory to murder. Deal?
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Federal law supersedes State law. Always has, always will. The only way the Texas law stands is if they get the Supreme Court to rule the Federal regulations unconstitutional. Not likely to happen.
Nice try, but that is not true, and is irrelevant anyway. There is no federal law that says anyone has to submit to the whims of the TSA.
Really, You might try reading the Bill that created the TSA then.
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felony charges for TSA agents if they perform certain searches.... I love this, send all the fascists to jail along with the lawmakers who authorized the actions

Ok let it pass, but the first time a Terrorist gets a bomb onto a plane and kills People. The people who backed this Bill must be charged with accessory to murder. Deal?
And every time they don't find a bomb we charge them with "wtf were you touching me the fuk for you fuk." and they all go to jail along with the people that started that program.
Deal?
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Federal law supersedes State law. Always has, always will. The only way the Texas law stands is if they get the Supreme Court to rule the Federal regulations unconstitutional. Not likely to happen.
Nice try, but that is not true, and is irrelevant anyway. There is no federal law that says anyone has to submit to the whims of the TSA.
Really, You might try reading the Bill that created the TSA then.
Are you talking about the one that allows airports to opt out of having the TSA operate their security?
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felony charges for TSA agents if they perform certain searches.... I love this, send all the fascists to jail along with the lawmakers who authorized the actions

Ok let it pass, but the first time a Terrorist gets a bomb onto a plane and kills People. The people who backed this Bill must be charged with accessory to murder. Deal?


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felony charges for TSA agents if they perform certain searches.... I love this, send all the fascists to jail along with the lawmakers who authorized the actions

Ok let it pass, but the first time a Terrorist gets a bomb onto a plane and kills People. The people who backed this Bill must be charged with accessory to murder. Deal?
I will definetely not have any plane stops in Texas. I might just be on a flight with a terrorist who kidnapped a grandma and got here on a plane to blow her up. But terrorist would never exploit any of our security. You know like they did with the Shoe Bomber, Underwear bomber, and 9.11 hijackers but they won't do it again.
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Nice try, but that is not true, and is irrelevant anyway. There is no federal law that says anyone has to submit to the whims of the TSA.
Really, You might try reading the Bill that created the TSA then.
Are you talking about the one that allows airports to opt out of having the TSA operate their security?
Airports can opt out, as long as they hire companies licensed by the TSA, trained by the TSA, doing the same searches, with the same scanners.

They even have to wear the same uniforms.
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felony charges for TSA agents if they perform certain searches.... I love this, send all the fascists to jail along with the lawmakers who authorized the actions

Ok let it pass, but the first time a Terrorist gets a bomb onto a plane and kills People. The people who backed this Bill must be charged with accessory to murder. Deal?


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